Syria, the updated point: cease fire to Aleppo and splash your forehead
News coming from local military sources converges all at one point. While the bulk of media attention is concentrated in the Aleppo area, two other fronts in the ...
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Libya: The country's future unity is just an illusion
The dilemma of the Libyan question, already central when Gaddafi was alive and in office, has always been the identification of a charismatic figure that could replace it. Evidence ...
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US soldiers arrive in Syria. Damascus protests
Following the words of US President Obama, the news of the deployment of US soldiers to Syria in Syria and specifically in the city of ...
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Ukraine: the stalemate between Europe and Russia
Back in spring in the Donbass, but the serene is still far away. Perhaps even further a year ago, when Minsk's approach to general skepticism had opened one ...
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Syria, the relations between Kurds and Damascus are frozen
The evolutions of the Syrian crisis go from the northern front. Three key areas: 1) the area around Aleppo, where the bulk of the loyalist mobilization for the ...
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Obama-Putin talk: Syria and Ukraine, crisis in parallel
Vladimir Putin and Barack Obama had a telephone interview on two parallel issues: Syria and Ukraine. It is the first time in a direct comparison that the two scenarios ...
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Syria: "They will try to break up the country with the apology of federalism"
The war in Syria will not last forever. Probably this is the last year of conventional combat, then the word will go to the reckoning, the count of the damage and ...
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Syria: "The Caliphate will capitulate by 2016". The "mother of battles" to liberate Aleppo is imminent
The French Defense Minister Le Drian, from Baghdad, warns the Westerners: Raqqa and Mosul, the two respective and self-proclaimed capitals of the Islamic State in the territory ...
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Identity and conscience. Armenia: the genocide that does not make noise
The announcement of Pope Francis's trip to Armenia next June and news from Nagorno Karabakh lead to the ...
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Middle East boiling: who blows behind the Shiite-Sunni conflict?
There has been no good blood between Shiites and Sunnis since the XNUMXth century, practically from the origins of Islam, when ...
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Why is Austria looking east?
The name Österreich would be enough to close it here, but the news slipped away in these days without details ...
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Europe wraps: Holland rejects the EU-Ukraine agreement
The Netherlands has the association agreement between the European Union and Ukraine and sends a significant signal. 62% of voters ...
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Nagorno-Karabakh: Behind Armenia and Azerbaijan strikes the eternal conflict between Russia and Turkey
The Karabakh mountains know you in few. Yet between the Armenian and Azerbaijan hillsides,
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Argentina and England 1982. The Falkland War at World Time
There are three ways to make an Argentine angry: 1) give him advice on how to prepare grilled meat; 2) ...
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New Zealand Referendum: The old flag does not touch
This is the case: New Zealand never breaks, not even on the chart. The failure of the referendum for the ...
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Syria after Palmyra. The military victory also weighs on the political plane
As expected, Palmyra is free. The final offensive resolved in advance of the programs and the wagon of the ...
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Syria, Palmyra soon free. When the war ends, Europe will have to pay for it
Syria has disappeared from the headlines of the major newspapers. The only past tissue is Obama's intention to continue to ...
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From Arab Spring to Sinai: The real game of the Middle East is played in Egypt
In the mediocre 1984 comedy The best defense is the escape, the US battles against an invented Iraq that had ...
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Libya: over the Sicilian channel is waiting for the chaos
Libya is a half-invention. Although quoted in the Gospel (At 2,1-11), already at the time of Diocletian was divided into two: ...
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Syria: Putin's move that displaces the West
The announcement of the reduction of Russian forces implies two important issues, a military and a politics ....
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